Imphal March 5,
Janata Dal United today declared former minister who is also the present president of JDU Manipur State Unit Hangkhanpau Taithul as the candidate for Outer Manipur parliamentary constituency in the upcoming MP election.
Speaking to media persons at the Head-office of JDU which is situated at New Checkon Hangkhanpau Taithui said that the National executive meet of JDU held in Patna on 4th of March has decided to contest only the Outer Manipur Parliamentary constituency in the approaching 17th Lok Sabha election even though they have alliance at the centre with the NDA. He added that regarding the Inner Manipur parliamentary Constituency the party will not contest it but will support to other party which will be decided in due course of time. He further said that they will support the inner constituency candidate not only by looking at his party but also his/her individual quality.
Taithui recalled that the party has been campaigning for the last one and half month at various segments. He added that at this point in time JDU will surely win the election with BJP or Congress claiming 2nd place. He stressed that people of the state really disliked both Congress and BJP. He said that both the two parties i.e. BJP and Congress can’t be trusted for their deeds.
Taithui claimed that a drastic change will be seen in the state if their party won the election. He also said that JDU plans to form government of Manipur by 2022. He added that their party will mainly focus on development and eradicating corruption. Remarking the government of Bihar under Nitish Kumar as his ideal government making drastic positive changes in a short span of 14 years, he claimed that the state will see a positive change in such manner.
Taithui concluded that the party will focus on the development of both the hill and valley equally.
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